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2013 Moyglare Stud Stakes (G1)

Date/Track:
9/1/2013, Curragh-IRE
Distance:
7 f (Turf)
Age/Sex:
2 F
Time:
1:22.91
*Rank is current Power Ranking among all active horses, based on highest HRN rating. Rating is based on HRN member voting.
FinSilksHorse / SireRatingTrainer / JockeyLast Start / Next StartHRN
1st Rizeena
Iffraaj
8.12
C. Brittain
J. Doyle
6th, 2015 Prix Rothschild (G1) View Video
6-1
2nd Tapestry
Galileo
8.40
A. O'Brien
J. O'Brien
8th, 2015 British Champions Fillies' and Mares' Stakes (G1) View Video
2-1
3rd Kiyoshi
Dubawi
7.70
C. Hills
J. Spencer
17th, 2015 Sceptre Stakes (G3) View Video
2-1
4th Carla Bianca
Dansili
5.84
D. Weld
P. Smullen
2nd, 2015 Diamond Stakes (G3) View Video
12-1
5th Perhaps
Galileo
A. O'Brien
S. Heffernan
5th, 2013 Moyglare Stud Stakes (G1) View Video
15-1
6th Wonderfully
Galileo
6.47
A. O'Brien
R. Moore
10th, 2014 Autumn Miss Stakes (G3) View Video
8-1
7th Touch of Snow
Camacho
J. Murphy
S. Foley
10th, Lrl Claim (8/16/2015-R7)
100-1
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Older Comments about the 2013 Moyglare Stud Stakes (G1)...

Kiyoshi came in second, but the results of this race were changed post-race when the stewards found Kiyoshi to be responsible for causing interference. The result stands at Rizeena 1, Tapestry 2, and Kiyoshi 2d/3.
  • ILuvTurfRacing · @jonquil, thanks for letting me know. I'll change the result. It's actually a good call on the stewards part in regards to Kiyoshi because she very nearly caused Wonderfully to unseat Ryan Moore. She seems to have a tendancy of hanging to her right in her races. She hung markedly right in the Albany Stakes all the way across the track at Ascot but was clear of everyone else that day. No such luck in the Moyglare, though. Charlie Hills really needs to work on Kiyoshi's hanging problem. · 995 days ago
  • jonquil · No prob. Hills has annoyed me with his poor handling of Kiyoshi. He was asked about her hanging and it seemed to me like he brushed it off and didn't see it as a problem. I also felt going into this race that Kiyoshi needed more races, especially recent races, under her belt against such a tough field. It's sad because I, personally, think she's probably a better 2yo than Rizeena. When she becomes a 3yo, though, things could turn around quite easily depending on how they all winter. · 995 days ago

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**Kiyoshi Crossed The Wire In 2nd Place But Was DQ'd And Placed 3rd For Causing Interference During The Race.**